Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
My hp dv9000 wont come on. its a real piece of ****. how do i fix it. hp says dump it and buy one or send them 500.00 and they will try to fix it with promises that they will fix it.
Hi, Read through the troubleshooting solution from Ricky..., and others about using the blower dryer. Take the blow dryer and blow hot in the fan for about 2-3 minutes while keeping the battery out, then hold power for 30 secs and then try to power up. I was going crazy because I had no backup drive on it and all of my MBA and personal work was on there, tried it and WOW she booted right up and as I am typing I am waiting for my backup to install and finish. I went out yesterday and purchase a 2TB Free Agent and once this backup is complete I am moving on to a new comp, not for sure if I will go with HP because I did have this for 5 years and first time having a problem but surely not the same model...I may go with a dell. All computers can have a problem at some time but I do feel HP should have fixed this for free since it was a defect that they are aware of and for that reason I may purchase another brand. I am happy to get all my data off and I am singing for joy!!!!
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
I take it its a motherboard problem. Yes they are a pain in the ****. But a company I know will repair them much cheaper if you like: www.revivemylaptop.com
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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